Do you remember experiencing things that were hard for you to believe?
I experienced dreams, where I have dreamt of something that hasn’t happened yet. They were dreams, which didn’t make sense before the event.
Did you have a hero who you found fascinating – someone you wanted to emulate?
I think fascinating is the wrong word, but my dad is and always has been my hero. He was brave and as a member of a task force which glided into enemy lines during World War 2. Yet he was such a gentle giant, who hated confrontation normally.
Did technology amaze you as it was introduced? What sparked your curiosity?
Computer technology gradually changed over time, but I think the first thing that amazed me was I could keep in contact with my best friend in America. Sending a message over Facebook, like she was in the next room. Now, we take it for granted and the world seems that little bit smaller.
What made you say things like “Wow! No way!”
When I was offered money for writing my play. Being a commissioned writer is something I feel very proud about.
What did you see that you either found hard to believe or could not figure how it was done?
I saw people queueing up to go on Stealth – Why would anyone want to go on a ride 200 feet up in the air.
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Diana, I love that your father is your hero. The horrors of war shouldered by otherwise nonconfrontational people had to take a toll. Your achievement as a writer is certainly something to be proud of. Thank you for participating in the prompt this week.
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